Barreling to another District 8-C championship proved to be no problem for Maurepas this spring and the all-district team reflects just how dominant the Wolves were.
Nine position players landed on the league’s elite team, with sophomore Hunter Dupuy leading the way as the 8-C Most Valuable Player.
None of Maurepas’ front-line pitchers were named because none of them pitched in a district game as the Wolves rolled to a 4-0 record on the way to the district crown.
It didn’t matter who threw anyway because Maurepas outscored Family Christian and Grand Isle 62-11 in the four league contests.
Dupuy was the offensive catalyst with a .412 batting average, but he got plenty of help.
Infielders Peyten Sturges (.375), Cole Bovia (.322) and Chase Guitreau (.295) all got first-team spots, as did senior outfielder Dillon Quamme (.384), junior Hunter Duplessis (team-best .434) and junior Michael Vannapha (.317) at DH. Outfielders Aiden McCoy and Nick Delatte rounded out the Wolves' all-district picks.
Maurepas’ Anthony Gregoire got the nod as the Coach of the Year after guiding his team to a 17-15 overall mark against a rugged schedule.
P Micah Huss, Grand Isle | SR
P Andrew Turner, Family Christian | JR
C Hunter Dupuy, Maurepas | SO
C Canh Nguyen, Grand Isle | SR
IF Cole Bovia, Maurepas | SO
IF Chase Guitreau, Maurepas | SO
IF Peyten Sturges, Maurepas | SR
IF Logan Hernandez, Grand Isle | SR
IF Leigah Dunbar, Family Christian | FR
OF Aiden McCoy, Maurepas | FR
OF Nick Delatte, Maurepas | JR
OF Dillon Quamme, Maurepas | SR
UT Hunter Duplessis, Maurepas | JR
DH Michael Vannapha, Maurepas | JR
Most Valuable Player
Hunter Dupuy, Maurepas
Coach of the Year
Anthony Gregoire, Maurepas
Family Christian – Brandon Haynes (SR), Judah Shepherd (FR)
Grand Isle – Gavin Lussier (JR), Gavyn Hickox, (8th)